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In-reply-to » Seem to be getting duplicates when I sync, I think I am still missing something in integrated Yarn/twtxt.net and my local text tools.

@rsdoiel @prologic Maybe a bit offtopic, but:

If I pull twtxt.net’s feed, change its URL and sync the changed file back into twtxt.net, will the feed in the pod retain the new URL? Even if then I keep editing the feed by posting into it using the pod?

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In-reply-to » Atom vs. RSS: https://mckinley.cc/blog/20221109.html

@mckinley @lyse The link rel bit is because the feed can have relative urls. ie, if it is on http://example.com/feed, in can have somewhere in there a

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for eg.. If I download that feed I to my hard-drive and then try to render it, I need to know that “icon.jpg” is relative to http://example.com/feed, ie, that I will find it at http://example.com/icon.jpg (and not locally, next to the feed file I downloaded).

I hope my explanation makes sense…

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One of the things that attracts me about the “twtxt social network” is how radically decentralized it is. Not only each user is its own node (maintaining its own text file feed), there’s no limits to the protocols used to access each feed. Sure, most of the feeds are probably being served over http or https, but there are feeds being served over gopher, and I bet some of them over ftp/ftps. But it doesn’t have to be that way - feeds can be distributed in any modern equivalent to the sneakernet, you can save yours in a usb stick or a floppy disk, hand it over by hand or send it via postal mail; you can distributed them on a mailing list, on the usernet… The limit is your imagination.
This reflection made me realize that there’s no reason to wait for secushare, twtxt feeds can already be used, shared, maintained and spread on GNUnet, taking this social media platform to the GNU Internet.

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Sometimes I get terrified for some moments with the naïvity of the greedy. As an example, when people advocate AI-generated stuff can/should be copyrightable, under the expectation that they’ll be making some money from that, without realizing about the impact of the repercussions of what they propose, also to themselves…

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Worms 2 was released a quarter of century ago. A game I’ve played countless hours, many of them with a Moonspell CD on the drive, which would make the game play songs from it (specially “Opium”).

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